In order to do that, I would need a prototype. If I had a prototype, then all I would have to do is demo it in a Mellon field. If I demo'ed it in a Mellon field, then I would get advertising via the various news outlets. I would then have more investors contacting me than all the VC's of FaceBook. Why do I need to share any future funds with Kickstarter? And why would I consider selling a tool I made for myself? I could use my prototype to build prototypes, and with the funds generated harvesting Water Melons pay back the borrowed moneys from certain VC's that lent me that money. Then maybe I can consider other products to harvest, like anything associated with minimum wages. I promise, I won't automate your job of gathering grass for your supervisor.